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Representation of Insolvency,

List of Claims allowed.
Account. Balance $263.50 ordered paid to creditors,

"23 cents and 6 mills for a dollar"

1126. vi. Fayette 8 , b. Nov. 6, 1823.

774. EEV. EPHRAIM HOLLAND NEWTON 7 (Marshall 6 , Jr., Marshall 5 ,
Obediah 4 , Thomas 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Marshall, Jr., and Lydia (Newton)
Newton of Shrewsbury, Mass., and Newfane, Windham County, Vt., was born
at Newfane, Vt. [at the home of his aunt, and was given the name of her
husband], June 13, 1787. He died at Coila, a village in the town of Cam-
bridge, Washington County, N. Y., October 26, 1864. Burial beside his wife in
Woodlands Cemetery, at Cambridge, N. Y.

He married at Shoreham, Vt., January 29, 1815, Huldah Chipman, eldest
daughter of General Timothy Fuller and Polly (Smith) Chipman* of Shore-
ham, Vt., where she was born May 14, 1789. She died at Jackson, N. Y.,
November 26, 1853. An excellent and devout woman. She was a lineal descend-
ant from John Howland of the Mayflower.

* John Chipman 1 , the immigrant, was "ye only son & Heir of Mr. Thomas Chipman Late
Deceased at Brinspittoec about five miles from Dorchester in Dorsetshire in England," the
said Thomas Chipman owning lands thereabout that were entailed to him and his heirs, the
ownership being contested by relatives of the said John Chipman after the death of his father,
at which time John Chipman was in America and he "Supposeth his age to be about thirty-
seven years : it being next May Twenty & one year Since he came out of England." [Quoted
from an old document.]

John Chipman 1 was "born about 1614, came from Barnstable, Co. Devon, Eng., in July
1631" ; settled in Barnstable, Mass., where he was selectman, deputy, and elder. He died
there April 7, 1708. He m. (1) in 1646, Hope Howland, b. at Barnstable Aug. 30, 1620, d.
there Jan. 8, 1683-4, daughter of the immigrants, John Howland and his wife Elizabeth Tilly,
of the Mayflower, 1620. John Chipman 1 m. (2) in 1684, Ruth, dau. of William Sergeant,
and widow of Jonathan Winslow, born Oct. 25, 1642 ; d. Oct. 4, 1713. One of his ten
children by first wife was :

Samuel Chipman 2 , b. Barnstable, Mass., April 15, 1661 ; d. there in 1723. Deacon, Inn-
holder. He m. Dec. 27, 1686, Sarah Cobb ; b. at Barnstable, March 10, 1662-3 ; died there.
Jan. 8, 1742-3 ; dau. of Elder Henry Cobb. She had eleven children, born at Barnstable. The
youngest was Barnabas 3 , b. 1702. Samuel Chipman-. succeeded to the paternal estate in
Barnstable, which, never conveyed otherwise than by inheritance in the male line, was in
1861 occupied by his descendant of the fifth generation.

Barnabas Chipman 3 , b. March 24, 1702; d. there, a deacon of the church, in 1759. He
m. at Barnstable Feb. 20, 1727, Elizabeth Hamblen (whom I suppose was the dau. of Isaac
Hamblen and wife Elizabeth Howland, and born at Barnstable Oct. 1705). He m. (2) Oct. 31,
1751, Mary Chipman. He m. (3) Alice Howland. A son by first wife was:

Thomas Chipman 4 , b. 1735; d. ; m. May 7, 1760, m. Bethia Fuller, b. at Col-
chester, Conn., ; d. at Shoreham, Vt. Their son,

General Timothy Fuller Chipman 5 , b. Feb. 1, 1761, at Barnstable; d. at Shoreham, Vt..

May 17. 1830; m. May 24. 1786, POLLS Smith, b. ; d. , at Shoreham, Vt.

Their daughter Huldah, l>. May 14. 1789, m. Rev. Ephraim Holland Newton.

"Stephen Smith was one of four brothers, who settled on the Lake road, from which it
took the name of 'Smith Street.' They emigrated from Nine Partners. Dutchess County, X. Y.,
to Sponcertown, N. Y., thence to Manchester, Vt, from there to this town." [Hist of
Shoreham, Vt., by Rev. J. F. Goodhue.] Stephen Smith married Martha Whelplbt and
had eleven children. The fourth child was roily, who married at Shoreham, Vt., May 24, 1786,
Timothy F. Chipman.

For an account of "Nine Partners" (or nine proprietors), see vol. 32, pp. 340, 424, of
N. E. Hist. Gen. Reg.


The following sketch of this excellent man I copy from the History of New-
fane, Vt.. but have very much condensed : "He spent his early youth in labor
with his father in the blacksmith's shop. He had a special fondness even then
for books, and determined to acquire something more than a common school
education, and even as he worked his book lying near enabled him to commit
much to memory. At nineteen he taught school in Marlborough, Vt., with suc-
cess. He fitted for college at the school in Newfane, and entered Middlebury
College, October 6, 1806. April, 1810, he united with the Congregational church
at Middlebury; entered Andover (Mass.) Theological Seminary, November, 1810;
completed the course 1813, and was licensed to preach. His first labors were at
Marlborough, Vt. On March 16, 1814, was ordained and installed over that
church, where he continued till January 1, 1833 — a successful ministry, when
many were added to the church. He became pastor of the Presbyterian church
at Glens Falls, N. Y., February 28, 1833, continuing there about three and one-
half years. November, 1836, to August, 1843, he was pastor of the Presbyterian
church at Cambridge, N. Y. In July, 1843, he was elected principal of Cam-
bridge Washington Academy, which post he filled acceptably until August,
1848. Having a fondness for natural science, Dr. Newton early in life gave his
attention to mineralogy and geology. He gathered about 10,000 specimens, which
in 1857 he presented to the Theological Seminary at Andover, Mass. His library
of about i,000 volumes he presented to Middlebury College. 1860 to 1862, he
occupied the pulpit at Marlborough, Vt., — the one where his labors began. About
this time he was elected to the State Legislature of Vermont. While in this
service he was attacked with a severe fit of sickness, from which he never
wholly recovered.

"From his Alma Mater he received the degree of D.D. He was a man of
great industry. In business and as an accountant, he was proverbially accurate.
He was a devoted and faithful minister of Christ. His life was filled with use-
fulness. In the 'Old' and 'New School' controversy, he espoused the 'Old School'
side. He was spare in person, rather tall, of a grave countenance, sometimes
wearing a shade of sadness. But he was cheerful and pleasant in conversation
and intercourse, with a vein of humor."

Mr. Newton's children were all born at Marlborough, Vt. The house which
he built there in 1814, and in which all of his children were born, is still standing,


i. , son, b. July 8. 1817: d. same day.

1127. tii. Silas Chipmak 8 , b. Dec. 29, 1818; m. (1) Nancy G. Bell; m. (2) Mrs.

Emily Combs.

1128. iii. Epiikaim Holland 8 , Jr., b. Feb. 17, 1821 ; d. April 13, 1822.

1129. iv. Seraph Huldaii 8 , b. Aug. 6, 1823 : d. at Pittsfield, Mass., Feb. 8, 1909, aged

85 years, 6 months ; burial at Cambridge, N. Y.. where her father and
mother and husband also lie. In the summer of 1906 she had a stroke of
paralysis, from the effects of which she never entirely recovered, and though
somewhat helpless, seemed well and happy. After a long life of, usefulness
she quietly passed away. She married at Cambridge, N. Y., Sept. 20. 1843,
John McAllister Stevenson, son of William and Frances Wardale (McAl-
lister) Stevenson* of Stranraer. Scotland, and Cambridge, N. Y.. born at
Cambridge, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1818, and died at Cambridge, N. Y., Sept. 8,
1872 ; a graduate of Union College, 1839 ; lawyer. They resided at Cam-

* William Srr.vExsox 1 . b. 1771 at Stranraer. Scotland, came to America in 1795 and
settled in Cambridge, N. Y.. ; was a merchant, and d. July 8. 1S44. He m. in Philadelphia,
Pa., July 8. 1817. Frances Wardale McAllister, b. there Sept. 28, 1784 : d. in Cambridge,
X. V.. Nov. 22. 1823. Their children were: John McAllister 2 , b. Oct. 22, IMS; France*
'lYarrtalc-, b. Jan. — , 1821 ; d. Jan. 14. 1873 ; never married ; Frances W.-, d. infant.

John McAllister was bora in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1 7 ."«.*; . and came to America in 1775;
settled in Philadelphia. Pa., where he d. in 1830. His dan., Franct s Wardale McAllister, m.
Wm. Stevenson.


bridge and Coila, a village of Cambridge, N. Y., wbere their children were
born. In 1S77, Mrs. Stevenson removed to Pittsfield, Mass., and erected a
house on the corner of West Housatonic and Elizabeth streets, where
she lived to make glad the hearts of all who knew her for the many years
that remained, her two widowed daughters tenderly caring for her. She
was early in life a member of the Presbyterian church — later a member
of the United Presbyterian and, at Pittsfield, of the Congregational
church — always an active and hearty worker therein. It would please
me to incorporate here the fine memoriam of her published in pamphlet
form, but space will not permit. She joined the Daughters of the American
Revolution, in 1897, the Peace Party Chapter of Pittsfield, in its begin-
ning. She was quite an enthusiastic helper to me in giving data for this
Newton record. Her children were :

1130. 1. Holland Newton" Stevenson, b. Sept. 3, 1844 ; m. Dec. 12, 1903, Gertrude

Livingston. No children. He entered the United States Navy in 1803.
Is now (1911) living in San Francisco, Calif., on duty at the Union
Iron works; rank of Commodore (retired).

1131. 2. John McAllister 9 Stevenson, Jr., b. Aug.. 31, 1846; res. Pittsfield. Mass.;

m. Hattie Cooley. She is a member of the D. A. R. ; in 1908-9 was
Regent of her Chapter. Children :

1132. 1. John McAllister 10 Stevenson, b. .

1133. 2. Louis Tillotson 10 Stevenson, b. .

1134. 3. Holland Newton 10 Stevenson, b. .

1135. 4. Clara Cooley 10 Stevenson, b. .

113(3. 3. Frances McAllister* Stevenson, b. June 2, 1848; d. April 13, 1849.

1137. 4. Jean Huldah Stevenson, b. Jan. 14, 1850; m. Oct. 3, 1878, Daniel March,

Jr. (M.D.), of Winchester. Mass., who died Jan. 1, 1897. No children.
She resided with her mother at Pittsfield, Mass.

1138. 5. Frances Wardale* Stevenson, b. Feb. 12, 1852; d. at New York City, in

hospital, Oct. 27, 1904 ; m. Charles Y. Beach.

1139. G. Edfjar Chipman* Stevenson, b. April 11, 1854; d. April 23, 1854.

1140. 7. Sarah Mary Stevenson, b. April 12, 1855; d. of typhoid fever Dec. 1,

1905 ; m. DeWitt Bruce. They had :

1141. 1. Frances Wardale 10 Bruce, b. May 12, 1882.

1142. 8. WUliam Ghipman" Stevenson, b. April 17, 1857; m. Sarah O. Goodman.

They live in Pittsfield, Mass. William C. 9 and his brother John M.'
are in the Berkshire Mutual Fire Insurance Company. W lluam C. 8
has two children, viz. :

1143. 1. Mary 10 Stevenson, b. .

1144. 2. Helen 10 Stevenson, b. .

114G. 9. Eliza Agnes Stevenson, b. Feb. 15, 1860; m. in Pittsfield, Sept. 20, 1882,

John Peck Lane, who died Jan. 5, 1893. No children. She resides
with her mother. She is a kindergarten teacher.

1147. 10. Edicard Porter" Stevenson, b. Sept. 22, 1863; m. ; is in the paper

business in Lee, Mass. Two children, viz. :

1148. 1. William C, 10 Stevenson, b. .

1149. 2. Emily 10 Stevenson, b. .

1150. 11. McLaren* Stevenson, b. April 15, 1866, in Cambridge, N. Y. ; m. Isabell

Hinckley of Bridgeport. Conn. He is in the Bridgeport Chair Company.
He has two children, viz. :

1151. 1. Donald 10 Stevenson, b. .

1152. 2. Seraph 10 Stevenson, b. .

1153. v. Epiikaim Holland 8 , Jr. (M.D.), b. Jan. 7, 1825; d. in Byram, Miss.. Sept.

27, 1874. He studied medicine with Dr. William Nelson in Cambridge,
N. Y. : went to Ohio about 1853 ; from there went South, and entered
the Confederate Army as surgeon, "from policy not principle." He was
very nearsighted ; was fond of music ; played the flute and piano : was
a fine penman ; not married. His remains were removed to the family lot
of his father in Woodlands Cemetery, Cambridge, N. Y.

1154. fvi. John Marshall 8 , b. July 16, 1827; m. Lavinia Murdock Gorhani.

795. SIR ISAAC NEWTON 7 (Marshall 6 , Jr., Marshall 5 , Obediah*, Thomas 3 ,
John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Marshall, Jr., and Lydia (Newton) Newton of Newfane,
Vt., was born there April 12, 1791, and died at Wardsborough, Windham County,
Vt., March 24, 1864. Burial there, with monument inscribed.


He married at Newfane, Vt., December 25, 1815, Patty Bartlett, eldest daugh-
ter of Capt. William and Azubah (Gleason?) Bartlett* of Newfane, Vt., where
she was born July 11, 1791, and where she died at her home in Wardsborough,
November 28, 1848; "only a few weeks after the death of Aunt Eunice" (Mrs.

Sir Isaac Newton 7 was so christened. His burial stone is so inscribed. He
settled in that part of Newfane, Vt., that later became Wardsborough. The house
is still (1906) standing — owned by a man in Boston. Here Mr. Newton's chil-
dren were born. In 1891 not one of these ten children was living in Vermont.

Mr. Newton took an active part in the civic affairs of the town, and evidently
was held in good repute by his fellow townsmen, since they elected and reelected
him to be their Selectman for the years 1831, '36, '38, '39, '40; Moderator of the
Annual Meeting in 1833 ; and Town Clerk for the years 1849 and 1850.


1155. i. William Bartlett 8 , b. Sept. 19, 1817 ; d. in Cambridge, Washington Co.,
New York, where he lived and was a market and floral gardener, Nov. 9,
1891. He married Sept. 29, 1864, Anna Maria Kelly, who died at Cam-
bridge, N. Y., April 18, 1882, aged 48. They had no children.

115G. ii. Lydia Augusta 8 , b. Aug. 18, 1819 ; d. at Chicago, 111., April 23, 1903 ; m.
at Westborough, Mass.. July 5, 1842, Roswell C. Blanchard of Brattleboro,
\t. They removed to Wisconsin about a year after marriage and settled
at Stevens Point, where they reared their family. In their latter years
they moved to Chicago, 111. Children were :

1157. 1. Homer Bcrtrand" Bl an chanl, b. Dec. 25, 1843, at Newfane, Vt.

1158. 2. Martha Jancttc Blanchard, b. April 8, 1849, at Sheboygan, Wis.; d. at

Stevens Point, Wis., ■ — , 1850.

1159. 3. Marshall Willis" Blanchard, b. Aug. 26, 1851, at Stevens Point, Wis.

1160. iii. Martha Louise 8 , b. Aug. 19, 1821; d. Jan. 18, 1909, at the home of her

sister, Mrs. Marietta Gerow, in Cambridge, N. Y. She married at Marys-
ville, Calif., Nov. 7, 1852, W. H. Irwin (M.D.). "He died long ago in
California." They were settled for a time at Marysville, Calif., and later
removed to Nevada, which was their home many years. One child :

1161. 1. Walter Marshall" Irwin, b. ; d. Oct. 28, 1866, aged 12, in Carson

City, Nev.

1162. tiv. Horatio Wheeler 8 , b. Aug. 31. 1823; d. at Eureka, Utah, Jan. 28, 1904;

m. Ann Sanders, who was living in 1912 at Eureka, Utah, with her

1163. v. Auathusa Bartlett 8 , b. Jan. 21, 1825; d. March 21, 1893, at the home

of her sister, Mrs. Moore, in Northborough, Mass. Never married.

1164. vi. Emeline Lucy 8 , b. Oct. 4, 1826 ; living at Northborough in 1912 ; m. at

Berlin, Mass., June 29, 1870, as his second wife, Dea. Warren Elbridge
Moore, born at Berlin, Mass., Dec. 31, 1817 ; died at Northborough, Mass.,
May 4, 1902. Dea. and Mrs. Moore were members of the Congregational
church at Northborough, Mass., where, in her S6th year, she is living,
Mrs. E. E. Ware living with her. She had no children. Dea. W. E.
Moore m. (1) Abigail Miriam Cutting, who d. Feb. 3, 1865. Six children
by this marriage.

* Perhaps the following may be the correct descent of Patty Bartlett. I give it as a sug-
gestion to start some one for the proof or disproof of it. I think it correct : Henri'
Bartlett 1 of Marlborough and Mary Bush of the same place were married there Dec. 6, 1682,
and had there seven children. The second was

Daniel Bartlett 2 ("Ensign"), b. April 10, 1691; d. May 2, 1764; m. Feb. 12, 1717,
Martha Howe, dau. of Eleazer and Hannah (Howe) Howe; b. 1686. They had thirteen
children, the eighth was

Jonathan Howe Bartlett 3 , b. Jan. 26, 1725, in Marlborough ; d. in Northborough, Feb. 24,
1789, aged 64 ; m. 1753 [int. Westborough], Mary Holloway [prob. dau. of Lieut. William
and Mary (Howard) Holloway of Westborough], b. there Nov. 30, 1726; d. at Northborough,
Dec. 22. 1821, aged 95. They had nine children. One was

(Capt.) William Bartlett 4 , b. Aug. 12 or 20, 1760; m. in Northborough, Feb. 21, 1788,
Azubah Gleason "of Westboro" [her name also written "Zuba"], dau. of Phinehas and
Elizabeth, b. Jan. 15, 1761. They prob. rem. soon after marriage from these towns as there
is no further mention, and their eldest daughter "Patty" [or Martha] was born at Newfane,
Vt., July 11, 1791.


11(35. vii. John Burnap 8 , b. Aug. 17, 1828; enlisted as a soldier in the Civil War
at Stevens Point, Wis., on Jan. 4, 18G4, in Company B, Fourteenth
Wisconsin Infantry, and was mustered out of service at Mobile, Ala.,
Oct. 9, 1865. He died Sept. 30, 1902; unm. ; "died in Wisconsin."

1166. viii. Marietta 8 , b. Aug. 11, 1831 ; was living in 1912 at Cambridge, N. Y. ; m.

at Marysville, Calif., in 1874, Gerow, who was born at Fishkill.

No children.

1167. ix. Marshall Isaac 8 , b. July 15, 1834 ; lived at Felton, Del., where he d. May

17, 1904. He married and had a son, and a daughter ; the dau. had died
before 1912.

1168. 1. Walter 3 , b. ; also resided at Felton. He is said to be in possession

of "the family Bible." Aug., 1912, he was living in Dover, Del.

1169. x. Ladocia Frances 8 , b. Oct. 7, 1836; d. at Cambridge, N. Y., Dec. 23, 1863;

m. Martin Bogle, who was living at Wilmington, Vt. She had one child :

1170. 1. Leslie 3 Bogle, b. ; twice married; living, in 1912, at Cambridge,

N. Y. He had a son :

1171. 1. Newton 10 Bogle, b. ; was living in 1912 in Cambridge, N. Y.

796. DANIEL NEWTON 7 (Marshall 6 , Jr., Marshall 5 , Obediah 4 , Thomas 3 ,
John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Marshall, Jr., and Lydia (Newton) Newton of New-
fane, Windham County, Vt., was born there, February 15, 1793, and died in
Sandusky, Ohio, April 6, 1839.

He married in Sandusky, Ohio, August or November 28, 1820, Eunice Clemons,
born in Hiram, Maine, May 12, 1799, died at Sandusky, N. Y.

Daniel Newton went to Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio, in 1816, where he
purchased land. Later he moved to Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio, where he was
one of the early settlers.


1172. i. Ephraim Holland 8 , b. Aug. 29, 1821, "He was a volunteer in the Mexican
War, and while in a sentry-box at Matamoros, in Mexico, he sat down
on a box containing some powder, when, for some unknown cause, it
exploded, burning him so dreadfully "that he lived only twenty-two hours

Clarissa Corbet 8 , b. Aug. 31, 1823 ; d. Jan. 18, 1852.

Eunice Louise 8 , b. July 1, 1826 ; d. Nov. 12. 1851 ; m. in Sandusky, Jan.
14, 1S47, Orlando Ransom. Their children were :

1. Emma Amanda Ransom, b. Jan. 22, 1848.

2. William Henry' Ransom, b. Sept. 30, 1849.

3. Clara Louisa Ransom, b. Nov. 4, 1851; d. , 1852.

Mary Clemons 8 , b. May 12, 1830; d. Nov. 21, 1830.

Mary Corrilla 8 , b. Nov. 11, 1S32; m. in Sandusky. March 23, 1853, William

Henry Clark, born June 10, 1829, in Alleghany City. Pa. She died in
Cleveland, Ohio, March 21. 1904. Their children were:

1180. 1. Ida Belle 3 Clark, b. Dec. 31, 1853; m. (1) Curtis; m. (2)

Hendrickson. They lived in Denver, Colo., and in Littleton, Colo.,
(1912). No children.

1181. 2. Jay Neicton 3 Clark, b. Aug. 19, 1855; m. ; lived in Cleveland,

Ohio, No. 245 Hough Ave., in 1912.

1182. vi. Martha Ellen 8 , b. Feb. 2, 1836; m. Wilcox; had a dau., Jessie

Wilcox, who lives in Sandusky, N. Y., and who had a married sister.

1183. vii. Marshall Daniel 8 , b. June 6, 1839 ; d. Nov. 23, 1840.

810. MARSHALL NEWTON 7 (Marshall , Jr., Marshall 5 , Obedialv*, Thomas 3 ,
John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Marshall, Jr., and Lydia (Newton) Newton, of New-
fane, Vt., was born there April 1, 1805, and died at Newfane, Vt., June 29, 1870.

He married at Dummerston, Vt., April 4, 1833, Lydia Eveline Duncan of
Dummerston, Vt., born there , 1814, and died at Dummerston, Vt., Jan-
uary 15, 1834, leaving a daughter.













He married (2) at Wardsborough, Vt., Deeember 14, 1836, Nancy Tufts, daugh-
ter of Rev. James and Submit (Hayden) Tufts* of Wardsborough, Vt., born May
11. 1811, and died at Newfane, Vt.. December 22, 1896.

Mr. Newton resided in Newfane, Vt., where his children were born. The
house that he built is occupied by his daughters, the Misses Fanny and Mary
Newton, who have always lived there.

Three of Mr. Newton's sons were soldiers in the Civil War.

Mr. Newton was a trusted citizen of his town and vicinity. I quote the
following from the History of Newfane, Vt. It is a good record for any
man to leave behind him in his home town. It is written of him : "He had
more than ordinary intelligence and good sense. He was modest and unobtrusive
in his deportment; exceedingly practical in his views; respected for his judg-
ment. He was for forty years honored with the most important municipal offices
in the gift of his townsmen. He represented the town in the General Assembly
two years [1847, 1856] ; was high sheriff of the county one year, and for six
consecutive years' was elected and served as Assistant Judge of Windsor (Vt.)
Court. At the time of his decease he was Treasurer and Deputy County Clerk.
During the last years of his life he was largely engaged in the execution of
responsible trusts growing out of the settlements of estates. From his own
ample means he distributed his charities with a liberal and open hand. He
was greatly respected while living and sincerely mourned at his decease."

The years he was Selectman were 1847, 1850, 1851, 1852, 1853, 1855, 1860.
During those years he was Moderator of the Annual Meeting in 1854, '55, '59,
'61, '63 ; Constable, 1839, '41, '45, '46, '47, '48 ; Town Clerk, 1867 and -1868.


1183y 2 .i. Eveline Loiuse 8 . b. Jan. ir>. 1834; d. April 11, 1S40 or 1S47.

1184. ii. Fanny Tufts 8 , b. Nov. 11, 1837 ; unm. ; was living in 1913 in tbe home-

stead of her father at Newfane, Vt.

1185. iii. John 3 , b. Aug. 2, 1S39 : unm. ; was a soldier' in the Civil War ; enlisted at

Lancaster, Ohio, in 1861, in the Eighteenth United States regular infantry
regiment, and served three years in all of the engagements of the Four-

* John IIayden 1 , In Dorchester 1663; rem. to Braintree before 1651; m. Susannah ;

will proved 1682.

John Hayden 3 (s. John 1 ), b. 1634 or 35; d. 1718; res. Braintree; m. 1666, Hannah Ames.

Josiah Hayden 3 (s. John 2 ), b. 1669; rem. to Sudbury before 1700; m. there 1691,
Elizabeth Goodnow.

Elisha Hayden 4 (s. Josiah 3 ), b. 1699; d. 1758; farmer in Hopkinton ; m. 1727, Lxdia

Daniel Hayden 5 (s. Elisha 4 ), b. in Hopkinton 1748, d. at Berlin, Vt., 1841; farmer in
Grafton ; rem. after 1807 to Berlin and bought a farm. Baptist church in Grafton. Mass.,
M. E. church in Berlin, Vt. ; m. in Sutton, 1773, Submit Flagg, dau. of Eleazer and Huldah.
Children b. in Grafton were: Daniel , 1775 (m. 1800 Sarah Greeley) ; Submit 8 , 1777 (m.
1807, James Tufts) ; John , 1781 (m. (1) 1807, Hannah Belknap; m. (2), Esther (Black)

John Tuffs 1 , of Scotch descent, b. 1704 ; emigrated from Ulster, Ireland, between 1725
and 1735 to America and settled in Brookfield. He died Feb. 27, 1795. He m. Agnes Foote,
b. 1707 ; d. 1788.

William Tuffs 3 (John 1 ), b. , d. 1783; soldier in the French and Indian wars and

Revolutionary War ; res. New Braintree ; m. 1763, Makgaret Browning, b. 1731. Their

Kev. James Tufts 3 (Wm. 2 ), b. 1764. in New Braintree, changed the spelling of his name;
grad. 1789 Brown University, A.B. ; studied theology with Dr. Nathaniel Emmons of Frank-
lin ; ordained Congregational clergyman 1795, and settled at Wardsborough, Vt. ; pastor there
42 yrs. and senior pastor 5 yrs. more; postmaster 29 years: d. there Aug. 11, 1841. He m.
in Grafton Feb. 1 or 2, 1807, Submit Hayden, dau. of Daniel, Sr., of Grafton ; b. 1777 ; d.
1870 ; a woman of strong mind and retentive memory, quick to learn. Her brother studied
with the minister at Upton ; she kept up with him in his studies, at home, and became a
teacher at the age of 15. Children : Submit Flagg 1 , b. 180S : d. in Boston, 1878 ; m. Allen
Morron, M.D. ; Eliza*, b. 1809; d. in Newfane. Vt., 1885; m. 1830. Hollis Taylor Robinson;
Nancy*, b. 1811; d. 1896; m. 1836, Marshall Newton; James*, b. 1812; d. at Monson, 1901;
grad. Yale; m. 1855. Mary /■:. Warren; John*, b. 1814; d. at (ienrseo. 111.. 1885; m. 1847.
Desdemona S. Baker; Fanny Woodbury*, b. 1816; d. at Englishtown, N. J., 1865; m. 1843,
John Cooke, M.D.


teenth Army Corps, until detailed to act as clerk in the division head-

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